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A fast-moving wildfire that broke out on Thursday in a national forest east of Los Angeles, whipped up by winds and fueled by bone-dry brush, had damaged homes and forced the evacuation of dozens of residents, officials said. A thick pall of orange and black smoke hung over eastern Los Angeles County and drivers were advised to keep away as residents fled the area and fire trucks sped toward the flames. The flames forced the closure of Citrus College, about 2 miles from the fire lines, Los Angeles County Fire Department spokesman Keith Mora said.
|Wildfire Rages In Forest Outside Los Angeles|
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